JINKEE SHOWS SUPPORT FOR MANNY FROM ACROSS THE GLOBE
By Rich Mazon
Sat, 12 Apr 2014
Jinkee Pacquiao may not be physically present in Las Vegas to lend support to her husband, but her thoughts are with him when he battles Timothy Bradley Jr. this Saturday night (Sunday morning in Manila) at The MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
"My love, support and prayers are always with him. Even if he's having a fight or not. May the Lord grant us the victory in Jesus name on Sunday," Mrs. Pacquiao told Philboxing.com through this author.
Jinkee is pregnant with the couple's fifth child and is due to deliver this month in the Philippines. This prevented her from being at ringside when Pacquiao stakes his claim against Bradley's WBO welterweight belt in their much anticipated rematch.
She will be in their province of General Santos City with their other children as she waits for news regarding the outcome of her husband's fight. The Pacquiao and Bradley rematch will also be televised in the Philippines but in a slightly delayed basis.
Jinkee also expressed gratitude to her countrymen who will once again be glued to their television sets and computer screens as their favorite athlete once again take boxing's global stage.
"Thank you to all the Filipino people for their unending support and prayers also. God bless."
The Pacquiao's are expecting a third son this time and the couple will be naming him Israel.
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